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You’re a small business owner, not a big box retailer—which is a h*ckin’ great thing.
Sure, they might have the margins to slash prices, a squad of marketers at their disposal, and a “real” accounting department instead of a shoebox full of receipts (hey, it happens).
But you’ve got a leg up on those faceless corporations, because you’re a real person with a pretty great face, and people want to work with you.
The dream: a record-breaking amount of sales during Black Friday Cyber Monday.
The reality: now you’ve got to fulfill and ship that record-breaking number of orders. Yikes.
Luckily, this is a great problem to have, and we’re here to help.
From planning your shipping process, to getting strategic with your unboxing, this guide has everything you need to create an excellent BFCM shipping experience—including a new feature in your Shopify store to save you even more time.
FLARE money pro and personal finance blogger Desirae Odjick shares her best tips for how to talk numbers with your S.O. (without things getting super awkward)
Heading out on a trip? A boring-but-necessary first step: read your insurance policies. (Yes, seriously.)
People are torn: Is a $15 minimum wage a great thing, or a horseman of the economic apocalypse?
Exactly how this one millennial manages to save half of her income - without giving up lattes.
One man's journey across the country to revamp a house in need of some TLC.
Investing doesn’t need to be complicated, especially when you know everything there is to know about one specific business: Your side-hustle.
Just because everyone else is starting a side hustle doesn’t mean it’s right for you — here’s how to figure it out for yourself.
Let’s all take a minute to confront — and heartily dismiss — the ridiculous and enduring stereotypes that we hear all the time about women and money.
I worked with two Official Tax Experts to help me — and you! — navigate tax season alongside our common-law partners and spouses, and figure out how to file our recently-divorced taxes, too.
Before you can dive into the joys (and associated costs!) of homeownership, you need to pony up tens of thousands of dollars for a down payment. Here’s exactly how I managed to come up with all that cash over the past year.
I love my dog, but it turns out, love does not come for free. At least not when it comes to dogs.